Looking for information about where to find information can take tourists on a wild goose chase, discovers ALEX NELSON. Photo: The new Tourist Commission home in Todd Mall – where the first one was half a century ago.
The Office of Children and Families has admitted that legal action is being taken against it over the alleged failure to disclose information to children's representatives but the minister, Robyn Lambley (pictured), still refuses to be interviewed about government child protection issues and other matters. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.
Detectives are requesting public assistance to identify the person in the CCTV image at right.
The alleged offender entered a property in Gillen on the night of October 20 and stole items from a fridge at the rear of the dwelling.
A resident of the house disturbed the offender and he ran away.
And police have arrested a 14 year-old youth who they will allege is responsible for three separate unlawful entries in the town. People with information were asked to ring Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or police on 131 444. – Police media release.